Oval Desk After a Design by Thomas Sheraton

Oval Desk After a Design by Thomas Sheraton

Style of THOMAS SHERATON (c.1751-1806)
Oval Desk After a Design by Thomas Sheraton

Date & Origin c. 1900, England
Dimensions
H
73 cm (28 inc)
W
183 cm (72 inc)
D
122 cm (48 inc)
Description
An Elliptical Library Table after a design by Thomas Sheraton

Constructed in a well figured mahogany; of double sided free standing form, having cupboards adorned with mouldings flanking the kneeholes, set within a series of vertical stiles, and opening to reveal banks of three oak lined drawers dressed with quadrant mouldings, and having swan neck handles; within the kneeholes are lockable cupboards having either shelved or pigeon hole interiors; the frieze houses six drawers, with two faux drawers at either end; the thumb nail edge platform houses a tooled leather writing surface.
Medium
Mahogany, Leather
Condition
Excellent
Stock Code 7194
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
73 cm (28 inc)
W
183 cm (72 inc)
D
122 cm (48 inc)
Description
An Elliptical Library Table after a design by Thomas Sheraton

Constructed in a well figured mahogany; of double sided free standing form, having cupboards adorned with mouldings flanking the kneeholes, set within a series of vertical stiles, and opening to reveal banks of three oak lined drawers dressed with quadrant mouldings, and having swan neck handles; within the kneeholes are lockable cupboards having either shelved or pigeon hole interiors; the frieze houses six drawers, with two faux drawers at either end; the thumb nail edge platform houses a tooled leather writing surface.
Stock Code 7194

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